Just just curious for runners that get inflammation in their knees what are...
It's a very individual thing. Since the cushy shoes helped your knees, you should probably stick with cushy.
For me brooks work very well
I love Altra Torin for road and Altra Lone Peak for trails. They have a really wide toe box and those 2 models I mentioned are very cushy while still being flexible.
Have run in Asics for 30 years and afraid to switch!
My sister also runs with the altra toring and swears by them, I might have to give them a go!
If you switch to a zero drop shoe, like Altra, it helps if you walk around in them a lot to get accustomed. Also, they encourage a midfoot to forefoot strike. They're definitely not for heel striking runners. Heel to toe walking in them, however, is great.
I love the saucony triumph iso! So cushy and great support. Also they are light, which is awesome.
I do Asics. Same as above, no issues so no desire to switch! I would like a second pair that is different for rotation, but leary, so I just have different levels of wear in my rotation
I'm running with ASICS GEL-Nimbus and have special arch support. I strongly recommend that you'll consult with Orthopedics.
I believe the reason I don't get knees inflammation, for a long time now, is the medicine I take and reducing training when my knees hurt.
I JUST bought pair of these yesterday!!! I tried them on and they were cushy and so comfortable. Gel Nimbus 18.
Thanks for advice
I have scony